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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

THE “ELEPHANT” IN THE (CLASS)ROOM: Following The Money...One Bite At A Time

As promised, the exclusive update (originally scheduled for Monday, but delayed by late-breaking news) on the Michigan Department of Education's investigation of the Grand Traverse Academy's flawed decision to write off $1,623,000 owed by former manager, Steven Ingersoll—although the amount could exceed $3.1 million. 

The investigation is focusing on a the GTA board's acceptance of Ingersoll's purported $1.8 million “repayment”, a claim invalidated by evidence presented by the IRS during Ingersoll's federal sentencing hearing. 

This morning, I sent an email to the MDE requesting a key milestone schedule that will wrap up the investigation, including announcing findings, before the end of the current fiscal year (June 30, 2017).

I will publish details exclusively on this blog.

 





2 comments:

  1. Thank you, Miss Fortune, for keeping at the Michigan Dept of Education and the Attorney General's office on this whole Ingersoll/Noss charter school mess. They should have investigated this years ago and nipped it a lot earlier. We are so lucky to have a person like you who does not let down when injustice and corruption are being done. Again, on behalf of the honest taxpaying public, Thank You!

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    1. Two thumbs up to Anonymous and to Miss Fortune! Persistence!

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